American television network

YTA TV (an initialism for its former full name, Youtoo America; commonly referred to as just YTA) is an American television network which originally launched in February 1985 as a cable channel.[1] Unusual for a network of its type, it has had multiple identities, programming directions, and brandings, along with owners, and after merging with the minor broadcast network America One in 2014, also began to air on free over-the-air television. It is owned by Center Post Media, which also owns Biz Television. It is also on the streaming app Roku.

SloganSomething Different.
HeadquartersArlington, Texas
OwnerCenter Post Media
LaunchedFebruary 1, 1985; 39 years ago (February 1, 1985)
ReplacedAmerica One (2014 merger)
Former names
  • Nostalgia Channel (1985–90)
  • Nostalgia Television (1990–97)
  • Nostalgia Good TV (1997–98)
  • GoodLife TV Network (1998–2005)
  • AmericanLife TV Network (2005–11)
  • Youtoo TV (2011–2014)
  • Youtoo America (2014–2020)

Carriage change

The network is available on Time Warner Cable and Comcast, among other providers. Charter Communications previously carried the channel until November 15, 2011, when the channel was dropped from Charter's lineups; this decision was made before the re-brand of ALN, as the channel received carriage under that provider's "faith and values"/religious tier of networks and no longer carried religious or family-appropriate programming for a majority of the broadcast day. As per an email sent to its subscribers, Verizon FiOS dropped the channel on December 31, 2012 along with MAVTV, and Blue Highways TV.

References change

  1. "Film Appreciation : Basic and Pay Cable Channels Are Building Libraries of Classics For You To Check Out". Los Angeles Times. July 29, 1990. Retrieved June 3, 2012.

Other websites change